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2.5mill Lawsuit: Daycare Locked Children In Dark Storage Closet

October 12, 2017


Daycare abuse is a rampant issue across the nation today. A church daycare in Georgia is facing charges totaling over $2.5 million for patterned child abuse. Employees of the daycare are facing the lawsuit after locking children in “jail” – a dark and windowless room next to the classroom with the lights off. Children locked in “jail” were left unattended to cry alone in the room despite them begging to be released. Former judge Glenda Hatchett commented “To be locked in a dark bathroom and to have children cry is unconscionable.” This case is one of many recent childcare abuse cases in which daycare employees are finally being held accountable for cruelty inflicted on the children of trusting parents.

Filing a civil complaint against a daycare, school, or church can be a meticulous process, which requires particular attention and care. Much of the suit requires significant trial experience. We believe in our clients and we fight for justice. The Maxwell Law Firm has seasoned staff – from our attorneys to our investigators – and financial resources to aggressively defend criminal cases.
In a civil case, it is especially important that a client finds an attorney they feel comfortable with, have confidence in and can fully trust. There will come a time when you must decide whether to resolve your case through a settlement or take it to trial. At that point, confidence and trust in your attorney is essential. The Maxwell Law Firm has helped numerous clients take back their lives and embark on the healing process that leads to recovery.

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